JRTOC presentation at Divich ES dedication

01 Sep JROTC programs continue to grow at CCSD

About one out of every 19 high school students in the Clark County School District (CCSD) – nearly 5,200 students – is enrolled in one of CCSD’s 24 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC)/Military Science Programs. 

Jackie Valley, an education reporter for The Nevada Independent, recently took a deep dive into the JROTC/Military Science programs offered by CCSD. Click here to read The Nevada Independent story about these impressive programs that emphasize leadership skills, citizenship, character development, and community service.

“They are an exceptional group of young women and men led by our nation’s finest,” says Kerry Larnerd, Director of Career and Technical Education, which oversees JROTC/Military Science Programs. “It truly is an honor to have these programs on our campuses.”